For 25 years Helen has worked with writers (mostly students) as an editor and writing coach. Before coming to Andover Newton in October of 2005, she developed and ran a small writing center for students at HGSE.
Rev. Dr. Thandeka was given the !Xhosa name Thandeka, which means “beloved,” by Archbishop Desmond Tutu in 1984. She holds a Ph.D. in philosophy of religion and theology from Claremont Graduate University, and is an ordained Unitarian Universalist minister and congregational consultant, an Emmy award.
The Reverend Felix Carrion is presently serving as the Interim Minister at Hough’s Neck Congregational Church in Quincy, MA. He is also serving as a consultant, preacher and keynoter. Rev. Carrion brings to his work a commitment to the empowerment of clergy and lay for effective ministry and witness.
The Reverend Dr. Bruce P. MacLeod graduated from Marietta College, Marietta, Ohio with a BA in Psychology and a provisional secondary teaching certificate. He taught reading and study skills for 2 years before attending seminary.
He earned Master of Divinity (1983) and Doctor of Ministry (.
After serving as a settled pastor for seven years in Waitsfield, VT, the Reverend Dr. Jonathan New served as an interim for several of the larger churches in the VT Conference. For five years he served on the New England Stewardship Team (UCC) Steering Committee.
Dr. Shellberg was the Assistant Professor of New Testament Studies at Bangor Theological Seminary from 2009 until its closure in 2013 and has most recently been the scholar-in-residence at The BTS Center, mission successor to Bangor Theological Seminary, developing educational programs to equip and.
T. Christopher Hoklotubbe received a Postdoctoral Fellowship from the Louisville Institute as part of the Vocation of the Theological Educator initiative, a program funded by Lilly Endowment.